These Price Descriptions Hilariously Oversell Items At A Thrift Store
One person's trash is another person's treasure.
Depending on how you look at it, thrift stores are either a treasure trove of collectibles or just a heap of junk nobody wants.
Well, one shopper shared this post recently of what she saw when she went to a Salvation Army Family store...
Like this note by an old rusty-looking bell that invites customers to "summon things like butlers, maids, children, or angry poltergeists using this bell."
Or how about this very special wood-looking (most likely plastic) Avon box touting an "aftershave that looks and smells like you put something in your pipe and smoked it."
Then there was this sad-looking Batman mask daring the would-be owner to "solve society's problems by being rich and punching people."
And there was also this inconspicuous crystal pendant that may or may not have come from an ancient Mayan ziggurat.
How about this "nifty case of old silverware that looks like it could contain some sort of spy gadget?"
There was also this old school Baby Brownie camera. "Use it to take incriminating photos because who expects a film camera to still actually work."
And who could pass up the chance to purchase this "oil painting set with the face of a husky George Bush?"
Another cleverly-marked item looked like just a useless ornament, but who's to say it wasn't a "fancy slice of rock that catches the sun just right?"
And no, this isn't some boring candleholder, it's a dynamic duck and duckling duo "capable of sustaining fire?"
Last but not least, who can resist this crib for a really small baby?
People are loving these clever descriptions. Kudos to the mystery thrift store worker who has a hilarious way with words!
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